WRECK FOR SALE.
To be Sold, by Public Aution, for Ready
Money, near the New Quay, Whitehaven
on Thursday, the 28th day of October,
Inst, the entire materials of the Snow
Tartar, a Wreck.
The sale to commence at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, and to continue till all be
Joseph WHITE, Auctioneer.
Maryport, Oct. 16, 1819.
Teacher of Music
Respectfully begs leave to return his grateful
Acknowledgments to the Ladies and Gentle-
men of Whitehaven, Workington and
Neighbourhood in general for the very liberal
Encouragement he has experienced, and
assures them that every attention shall be
paid to the improvement of those pupils who
may be placed under his care.
Whitehaven, Market-place, (No. 55.)
October 18, 1819.
LANDS AT WHILLYMOOR
To be Let by Ticket, for a Term of Years,
on Thursday the 4th of November, 1819,
at Mr. Thomas HODGSON's, Innkeeper,
in the Market-place, Whitehaven, (and to
be entered upon the 25th day of March,
All those two Messuages, or Tenements,
with the lands, Grounds, and Appurtenances
thereto belonging situate at Whillymoor, in
the parish of Arlecdon, in the county of
Cumberland, commonly called and known by
the names of Greenspot and Black-Lands,
( heretofore Thomas THOMPSON's deceased)
at the present in the occupation of G. M'MILLIAN,
Terms and conditions may be known, on appli-
cation to Mr. Thomas HINDE, Sail-maker, near
the New Quay, the proprietor; or, to Messrs.
Richard SHERWEN, and Son, Solicitors,